Two blonde girls walk into a department store. They walk up to the perfume counter and pick up a sample bottle. Nancy sprays it on her wrist and smells it, “That’s quite nice, don’t you think, Kathy?”
Kathy takes a sniff and replies, “That is nice. What’s it called?”
“Viens a moi,” replies Nancy.
“Viens a moi? What the heck does that mean?”
At this stage the store clerk offers some help. “Viens a moi, ladies, means ‘come to me’ in French.”
Nancy takes another sniff, then offers her arm to Kathy again, and remarks, “That doesn’t smell like come to me. Does that smell like come to you?”
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